BHM(Bachelor of hotel management)

BHM(Bachelor of hotel management)

QUEST INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE offers the Bachelor in Hotel Management (BHM) program affiliated to Pokhara University spread over eight semesters for four years. It relates to hospitality industry, which is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world and it is projected to grow even bigger in the future. The job scope of the graduates in this sector ranges from hotels, resorts, restaurants, catering, clubs, pubs, food and beverages related businesses, banks, international cruises, marketing, airlines, embassies to any travel and tourism related organizations.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES: BHM
  • Occupy supervisory positions in the hotel and catering industry with adequate background of management functions
  • Acquire technical and social knowledge and skills required for professional handling of hotel and catering operations
  • Plan and prepare food buffets
  • Apply management skills for greater economy and success of business operations
  • Set standards for quality assurance of the services offered to customers
  • Develop positive attitude towards the trade with greater initiative and self confidence in handling the operations and
  • Become a successful entrepreneur in small/medium sized enterprise

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Eligibility to Apply: +2/Intermediate or equivalent degree from any Discipline in Second Division/CGPA 2.0/4.0
Admission Process:
    • Submission of duly completed application form, Xerox copy (1 each) of transcripts of all the previous degrees
    • QMAT (Quest Management Admission Test) based on GMAT
    • Group Discussion (GD)
    • Personal Interview
COURSE STRUCTURE: BHM
Semester I 22.5 Credit Hours
Fundamentals of Tourism and Hospitality 3 Credits
Food Production & Patisserie (Theory) –I 3 Credits
Food Production & Patisserie (Practical) –I 1.5 Credits
Food & Beverage Service (Theory) –I 3 Credits
Food & Beverage Service (Practical) –I 1.5 Credits
Accommodation Operation (Theory) –I 3 Credits
Accommodation Operation (Practical) –I 1.5 Credits
English I 3 Credits
Principles of Management 3 Credits
Semester II 22.5 Credits
Food Production & Patisserie (Theory) –II 3 Credits
Food Production & Patisserie (Practical) –II 1.5 Credits
Food & Beverage Service (Theory) –II 3 Credits
Food & Beverage Service (Practical) –II 1.5 Credits
Accommodation Operation (Theory) –II 3 Credits
Accommodation Operation (Practical) –II 1.5 Credit
English II 3 Credit
Food Hygiene & Nutrition 3 Credits
Basic Mathematics 3 Credits
Semester III 22.5 Credits
Food Production & Patisserie (Theory) –III 3 credits
Food & Beverage Service (Practical) –III 1.5 credits
Food & Beverage Service (Theory) –III 3 credits
Food & Beverage Service (Practical) –III 1.5 credits
Room Division Management (Theory) –I 3 credits
Room Division Management (Practical) –I 1.5 credits
Hospitality Accounting I 3 credits
Introduction to Management Information System 3 credits
Fundamentals of Sociology 3 credits
Semester IV 22.5 Credits
Food Production & Patisserie (Theory) –IV 3 credits
Food Production & Patisserie (Practical) –IV 1.5 credits
Food & Beverage Service (Theory) –IV 3 credits
Food & Beverage Service (Practical) –IV 1.5 credits
Room Division Management (Theory) –IV 3 credits
Room Division Management (Practical) –IV 1.5 credits
General Psychology 3 credits
Hospitality Accounting II 3 credits
Business Communication for the Hotel Industry 3 credits
Semester V 18 credits
Hospital Human resource Management 3 credits
Business statics 3 credits
Business Research Method 3 credits
Fundamentals of Financial Management 3 credits
Hospitality Marketing 3 credits
Specialization 1 (chose one)
Advance Food & Beverage Management 3 credits
Advance Accommodation operation Management 3 credits
Semester VI 18 Credits
Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3 credits
Tourism Business Environment 3 credits
Tourism Economics 3 credits
Strategic Management 3 credits
Project Work 3 credits
Specialization 2 (choose one)
Advance Food Production Management 3 credits
Advance Room Division Management 3 credits
Semester VII
Internship 6 credits
Semester VIII
Internship 6 credits